Shelley While certainly havingg award winning books in the collection is a worth while project, whatever that award category happens to be, especially from a pr perspective, I suspect average readers would be more impressed if goals such as having best sellers available within "xx" days or weeks,book of the month type selections, et al were approached as target projects. More customers will read a best selling romance, mystery, or expose -- and certainly these books are more often discussed around the office -- than Pulitzer or Newberry books. The question is whether these projects are first viewed for their pr value or for providing the types of things that people in the everyday world read. Ideally, one should have both. That's how a conventional library is built; and that ought to be the approach BookShare should follow in expanding its collection.